No.3 Market Street, Nailsworth, Stroud, Glos. GL6 0BX
Our new gallery dedicated website is now up and running!!!
In April Heather Ogilvie is showing her amazing Millinery designs in the gallery and you can meet her there to discuss her work and commission a hat for that special occasion!
The Cotswold Craftsmen Gallery (Est. April 2005) is located on Market Street in the picturesque town of Nailsworth, in the heart of the Cotswolds. A small town with unique independent shops and cafes. The gallery is invigilated by the makers that have their work on display, and occasionally demonstrate their craft skills, welcoming visitors to browse and to chat about their work.
Our upstairs (ground floor) gallery permanently shows a fabulous selection of work from some of our members. Work changes regularly so it’s always worth revisiting the gallery to see what’s new and you will find the gallery brimming with work to inspire and delight.
See below for details of which members are now at the gallery or see our Exhibitions page for further information on current displays.)
In 2008, the gallery was extended to include a new downstairs gallery where the work of landscape artist Nick Handover is on permanent display.
Alongside this beautiful collection, there is a wide range of changing of Art works and crafts by other local artists. So even more work to see!
Opening hours – Tuesday- Saturday 10am – 5pm (1- 1.30 lunch)
Current Nailsworth Gallery Exhibitions
GALLERY – UPSTAIRS
Work now permanently on show from:
- Martin Adamson– sculpture
- Sally Brooks – Ceramics
- John Button – Carved Sticks and Sculptures
- Valerie Dugan – Calligraphy and Botanical Art
- Yvette Green – Mosaics
- Karen Lilley – Glass work
- Nat Morley – Woodcut Prints
- Hazel Morris – Precious Metal Jewellery
- Heather Ogilvie– Millinery
- Lorna Rankin – Watercolours
- Julie Sutton – Ceramic Creations
Currently showing with us in our downstairs gallery –
Emma Larkman of Escento Soaps, beautiful handmade goats milk soaps in a range of subtle fragrances ideal for sensitive skins!
Jane Vernon, decorative and functional domestic pottery, wall hung textiles, embroidered photographs on silk and cards.
Pat brown and Mike Lister of Toadsoor Glass, selection of fused glass in functional and decorative objects
Teresa Poole, multi-media paintings to brighten any space
Brendan Francis, oil and acrylic paintings of landscapes, still life and some fabulous pink flamingos!
Permanent collection of oil and acrylic land and seascapes by Nick Handover.
Gift vouchers for £5, £10 and £20 are available to buy from the Gallery. So when you just can’t decide on a gift for someone, why not buy vouchers and let them decide for themselves! Please note, these can only be spent at our gallery and not at shows.